The creative space. The efficient space. The harmonious space.
Our spring innovations see us forging ahead with our creation of spaces for movement and contemplation, creativity and rest. Sustainable, and timeless. Comfortable and functional. In all settings. Because new meeting places need new ideas, albeit in familiar form.
by Stefan Borselius
At first it was softly winding. Then it became straight. Now it’s time for the sofa that doesn’t want to stand still to take the next step. With Spino 90° we have added completely new possibilities to the Spino sofa for meetings between people and for adapting to fit different spaces. Back to back. Eye to eye. 90 degrees or all the way round. Along a straight wall or standing alone. Everything is possible for this sofa without limits.
by Stefan Borselius
With the same careful focus on detail as the other chairs and tables in the Primo family, this upholstered easy chair is a link between its predecessors with added comfort. Primo Lounge is equally attractive from all angles. Making a handsome statement, its high backrest will naturally draw the eye. And of course the aluminium frame is recycled.
Castors and attached table added to the Nestor
by Lars Hofsjö
With the addition of a swivelling table, Nestor is no longer just somewhere to sit – it’s also a place where you can work, have a coffee or take notes of a meeting. Quite simply, a stable friend you can rely on. It’s only been going a few years, but Nestor has already grown into a big family. Small and neat, the wheeled Nestor is keen to join its siblings with its spirited appearance and flexible functionality. Its lockable wheels means it can be moved forward, moved back, complement other items of furniture or stand alone. Having its very own light-hearted character is a bonus.
by Kauppi & Kauppi
Indoors becomes outdoors – the playful Allé divider brings the natural world inside by enabling living plants to be displayed at different heights. Inspired by the avenues and willow-lined roads of southern Sweden, Allé can blend in or stand out in solitary splendour, create corners of greenery that frame the room, form long, repeated rows or create areas of green to catch the eye. It can act as a waymarker – or be an invitation to stop and take a coffee break beneath a green canopy.
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